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The amendment provides coverage for two documented security vulnerabilities – CVE-2021-44790 and CVE-2021-44224 – one of which may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system

The Apache Software Foundation has released a new version of its flagship server to fix a pair of security flaws, one severe enough to lead to remote code execution (RCE) attacks.

The Apache HTTP 2.4.52 server is registered as urgent and the US Government’s Cyber ​​Response Agency, CISA, is calling on users of the open web server software to “update as soon as possible”.

The amendment provides coverage for two documented security vulnerabilities – CVE-2021-44790 and CVE-2021-44224 – one of which may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system.

“A structured URI sent to httpd defined as a front proxy can cause NULL pointer dereference or, for configurations that incorporate proxy statements, can allow redirection of requests to a declared Unix Domain Socket endpoint,” the statement said. .

According to a netcraft survey, Apache servers are installed in about 25 percent of sites as of March 21. In first place are nginx servers with 35 percent market share.

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